Querying Information

Querying the Service Version

Description

The isula version command is run to query the version of the iSulad service.

Usage

isula version

Example

Query the version information.

isula version

If the iSulad service is running properly, you can view the information about versions of the client, server, and OCI config.

Client:
  Version:      1.0.31
  Git commit:   fa7f9902738e8b3d7f2eb22768b9a1372ddd1199
  Built:        2019-07-30T04:21:48.521198248-04:00

Server:
  Version:      1.0.31
  Git commit:   fa7f9902738e8b3d7f2eb22768b9a1372ddd1199
  Built:        2019-07-30T04:21:48.521198248-04:00

OCI config:
  Version:      1.0.0-rc5-dev
  Default file: /etc/default/isulad/config.json

If the iSulad service is not running, only the client information is queried and a message is displayed indicating that the connection times out.

Client:
  Version:      1.0.31
  Git commit:   fa7f9902738e8b3d7f2eb22768b9a1372ddd1199
  Built:        2019-07-30T04:21:48.521198248-04:00

Can not connect with server.Is the iSulad daemon running on the host?

Therefore, the isula version command is often used to check whether the iSulad service is running properly.

Querying System-level Information

Description

The isula info command is run to query the system-level information, number of containers, and number of images.

Usage

isula info

Example

Query system-level information, including the number of containers, number of images, kernel version, and operating system (OS).

$ isula info
Containers: 2
 Running: 0
 Paused: 0
 Stopped: 2
Images: 8
Server Version: 1.0.31
Logging Driver: json-file
Cgroup Driverr: cgroupfs
Hugetlb Pagesize: 2MB
Kernel Version: 4.19
Operating System: Fedora 29 (Twenty Nine)
OSType: Linux
Architecture: x86_64
CPUs: 8
Total Memory: 7 GB
Name: localhost.localdomain
iSulad Root Dir: /var/lib/isulad
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